In an ongoing series of Lego-made sculptures, Ekow Nimako imagines the legacies of past sub-Saharan civilizations into the distant future.
Moon Poetics reminds visitors of their geological impact, and also that future survival depends on our transformative action.
The Twentieth Century is a surreal, irreverent anti-biopic of Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King.
After Divya Mehra uncovered the colonial history behind a misidentified 18th-century statue, the Mackenzie Art Gallery repatriated it and acquired Mehra’s work about the figure in its stead.
Divya Mehra offers a complex view of race and identity that supplants the myth of a monolithic Other.
44.4 Mothers/Artists Collective is making space in Ottawa and the Outaouais region for artists who are mothers, who have been habitually overlooked in the art world.
Is public apology a practice that should be abandoned, or should it be reimagined? Looking at AA Bronson’s “A Public Apology to Siksika Nation” provides some guidance.
Isiah Medina’s Inventing the Future and Mike Hoolboom’s Judy Versus Capitalism posit different ways for movies to work outside traditional aesthetics and structures.
These films tell stories of resistance, trauma, and healing without relying on tired stereotypes.
700,000 citizens who completed prison time and parole in Florida may be ineligible to vote. With only a week until Florida’s bail payment deadline, the New York-based gallery Canada wants to help.
Nathalie Bondil, who was dismissed from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in July, is claiming $1.5 million in punitive and moral damages.
Highlights to catch at its first virtual edition include Spike Lee’s David Byrne documentary, a strong slate of Indigenous-led films, and a look at the FBI’s efforts to defame Martin Luther King Jr.